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Bush's own people telling an insiders view of what he thinks happened.
excellent response, it's like not second guessing a rape or murder suspect because everyone is happy with who got arrested, meanwhile, the culprit is still on the loose
I believe part of the reason many Americans balk at alternatives to the official story is due to the sheer number of lives lost on that fateful day. They feel as if it's disrespectful to the fallen to question the events of that day and engage in "conspiracy theories". However, I think the complete opposite should hold true; it is disrespectful to the departed to not thoroughly question and investigate the events of that day which eventually led to the murder of thousands of people, and millions more over the ensuing years.
originally posted by: Shamrock6
Which begs the question as to why anybody at the labor department, especially an economist, would be privy to information that it was an inside job.
originally posted by: nwtrucker
About as far as I can go with any scenario beyond the official version is that perhaps it was known about, or at least suspected and a segment within gov't allowed it to go through without exposing it. That's it. No further.
originally posted by: khnum
a reply to: Shamrock6
An economist maybe because it was two financial instruments Brady Bonds which caused the downfall of the soviet union and the Black Eagle trust records(spook expenditures) which matured on the 12th September 2001 whose records were destroyed that caused 9-11